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Teacher Didn't Raise Grade As Promised -- Is An Appeal in Order?

CCEdit_TorreyCCEdit_Torrey 36 replies353 threads Editor
A teacher pledged to raise this student's grade -- but the report card reveals it didn't happen. The Dean discusses his options. https://www.collegeconfidential.com/articles/my-teacher-didnt-raise-my-grade-as-promised-can-i-appeal/
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  • Leigh22Leigh22 1018 replies9 threads Senior Member
    I see nothing wrong with the request. I agree that getting in touch with her is ideal, but if there was a misunderstanding to let it go.
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  • RichInPittRichInPitt 2232 replies36 threads Senior Member
    If the stated agreement with the teacher is accurate, then the points certainly were earned.
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  • helix8helix8 56 replies1 threads Junior Member
    The student should contact the teacher, see if there was a misunderstanding and if the teacher just forgot.

    Otherwise, the student should just let it go, because the teacher does not have to raise the student's grade.
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